Technically, countries in the Northern Hemisphere have equally long summers. The astronomical dates are approximately June 21st to September 22nd. If you would like to know which region has the longest days during summertime, it is the Arctic Circle. “The North Pole stays in full sunlight all day long throughout the entire summer (unless there are clouds).” The northernmost parts of Canada, Greenland, Norway, and Russia are located within the Arctic Circle.
The same phenomenon occurs in the Antarctic Circle, but the summers there occur when it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
Countries that are closer to the equator don’t technically have the four seasons, it is always hot! They do however have wet and dry seasons, which is based on precipitation levels. If you are looking for endless summer, look for countries that border the equator (South American countries, African nations, Indonesia…).
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